What is a quit claim deed?
This document allows property transfers outside of a traditional sale, such as giving your property to a family member or removing someone from a deed. A quit claim deed doesn’t guarantee a clean property title, like other real estate deeds do. There isn’t a full title search conducted in these transactions.
Preparing the document isn’t always easy. Instead of doing it yourself, get legal help, so you’re never missing an important step.
All you have to do is provide the requested information, including info about the grantor (whoever is giving interest in the property) and the grantee (whoever is accepting the interest in the property). When we send you the quit claim deed, you need to sign it in front of two witnesses and a notary. We’ll record the deed in your property’s county and take care of the taxes on your behalf, and then you’ll remit the taxes back to the firm.
What We Need:
- Property address
- The balance of the mortgage, if any, on the property to calculate the taxes (documentary stamp tax assessed by the county)
- Sales price, if any
- Name, marital status, and address of the grantor and grantee
What You Get:
- A copy of the recorded deed
- We coordinate the signature process at our Fort Lauderdale office, but signing can take place remotely or in-person for an additional fee
How It Works:
- You submit your request online
- We send you the prepared quit claim deed within five working days of receipt
- Choose the express fee option to expedite your deed for an additional fee
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